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"I don't know how you did it—maybe it's a combination of art, science and magic. What a pleasure dealing with people of such high standards who not only meet, but exceed expectations. You've made me your customer for life."
                    L. Benedict

"The dictionary defines the word smithereens as 'a collection of small fragments considered as a whole.' Well my Meissen was in tiny fragments all right, but it wasn't until you wielded your extraordinary craftsmanship that I could once again consider it as a whole. Wow, when you described your repair as 'invisible,' you really weren't kidding."
                     V. Donatelli

"I have been your loyal customer for almost ten years. Yet every time the kids, the cat or my own clumsy hands manage to destroy one of my valuables, I doubt that it can be restored to it's original state. When will I ever learn that you can always turn a frightful mess into a work of art."
                         T. Arthur

The refined quality of engraving is accomplished through the marriage of modern technology with traditional craftsmanship. The image is etched evenly into the surface of the crystal leaving a sharp, crisp resolution and allowing for the finest detail to be captured. This technique is unequivocally superior to the commonly used laser engraving, which burns hatch marks into the crystal leaving a rough image by comparison.

Brookes Crystal Engraving Co. believes that the finest crystal deserves the finest process of engraving. That is why our clientele includes prestigious retailers and award presenters, including the Academy Awards.
Our crystal engraving process utilizes the fine technique of British sand etching used by internationally renowned companies, including the Waterford Crystal Company of Ireland. This highly refined and secretive method was taught to Geoff Brookes in 1985 by a master engraver and owner of a crystal manufacturing company in England. Geoff brought the technique to America where he perfected it.